The topic of this video is for people who are about to start homesteading, and it’s a warning. Some newbies do too much too soon. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #homesteading #beginner #newbie
Keeping livestock healthy in order to provide meat and dairy for the family is a top priority for all homesteaders. There won’t always be time to wait for a vet to arrive and treat an injury or deadly illness. #homesteadsurvivalsite #livestock #homesteading #farming #disease
Protecting your livestock from disease ensures not only their health and longevity but yours as well. Here are five common poultry ailments and ten natural poultry remedies. #homesteadsurvivalsite #poultry #livestock #chickens #remedies
Most people use pesticides to get rid of ants, but there are all-natural alternatives that are safer, cheaper, and effective.
If you want to raise chickens, you can’t just dump them in your yard and throw them scraps every now and then. #homesteadsurvivalsite #chickens #raisingchickens #keepingchickens #homesteading
Chickens can adapt to most weather fluctuations, with the exception of heat. Here’s how to keep your chickens cool when it’s hot outside.
Some people are hesitant to get goats, often because of some common myths about goats, but none of them are true.
If you’re getting chickens for the first time, don’t dive in too fast. Take some time to learn what chickens need to be healthy and happy.
If you do decide to raise sheep, there are many things you need such as food, water, shelter, and more. That is the subject of this video.
When people talk about homestead animals, they’re usually referring to cows, goats, chickens, and other livestock, but you also need dogs and cats. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homestead #homesteading #animals #beginner